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November Snapshot

What a has had its ups and downs but overall not bad.

I hit 100 likes on Instagram, which for me is a small step in the right direction and I have started using my Twitter and Facebook accounts. Please feel free to follow me on all, it would make my year.

I took another leap forward this month by starting to share my blog with family and friends. I am not sure why but I am still a little self conscious about telling people what I am doing but hoping to change this next year.

To round off here is just a snap shot of my November adventures...
  • I took a last minute trip to Cardiff to see family - came back with a new laptop and a Camera which I am borrowing to see what sort I want to buy! 
  • Finally got around to cleaning my necklace - to find out more the blog post can be found here 
  • My iPhone 6 died on me but it did me I could get the new iPhone 7 :D - again see blog for the story behind this
  • Started...and not yet finished...reading Aleph by Paulo Coelho - loving it so far! 
  • Took a trip to the Mini plant with work 
  • Got a new amazing cup from a friend at work, 'All you need is tea' how very true! 
  • Created a list of 30 things I want to do before 30 - you can find the list here 
  • Finally...I had my birthday and was treated by my wonderful husband!


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